American clock

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For the play by Arthur Miller, see The American Clock.

The term American clock was used in the Victorian era and afterward to refer to a particular style of clock design followed by the American clockmakers of the day.[citation needed] In the 19th century, many clocks and watches were produced in the United States, especially in Connecticut, where many companies were formed to mass-produce quality timepieces.[1]

Makers of American clocks included


  1. ^ Chauncey Jerome, Lockwood Barr. "History of the American clock business for the past sixty years: and life of Chauncey Jerome, written by himself". F. C. Dayton, jr., 1860. Retrieved 10 April 2010. 

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